Originally Posted by knc1
Two complete "extra" cpu and systems if you have the 3G card.
The 3G card is also an ARM SoC -
Very little here to-date on making use of the system on the 3G card.
That's very interesting. It seems that a lot of the Kindle hacking that has been done is focused on retaining the device's functionality and interop with Amazon's services. That is, ``bricking'' is seen as a bad thing. It seems like this device is way more useful as a general purpose computing device. Has anyone yet been able to install an OS from scratch?